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Georgia: KIRCHHOFF Automotive to open assembly facility in Gwinnett, create 73 jobs

Christian Fernsby |
Governor Brian P. Kemp announced that KIRCHHOFF Automotive will invest $15 million in opening an assembly facility in Gwinnett County.

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Topics: GEORGIA    KIRCHHOFF AUTOMOTIVE   

The new development in Lawrenceville will create 73 new jobs.

KIRCHHOFF Automotive is a family-owned company headquartered in Iserlohn, Germany, that manufactures complex auto body components at 26 facilities across 11 countries. Its worldwide customer base includes BMW and Mercedes-Benz – both of which have headquarters in the eastern United States, with Mercedes-Benz’s headquarters located in nearby Sandy Springs, Georgia.

KIRCHHOFF Automotive is a full-service supplier of complex metal and hybrid structures, crash management systems, chassis applications, and cross car beams. KIRCHHOFF Automotive’s new 101,000-square-foot assembly facility will be used for the final assembly of metal body parts coming from other U.S. plants.


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